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Cessnock Races. LARGE ATTENDNACE. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

v, .Cessnock Races. . LARGE ATTENDNACE. With a burning sun and the ther- ^ mometer denoting the degrees at 108 in the shade, last Tuesday could not be regarded as a suitable day for out door sport, yet the sporting com munity braved' such elements to attend the Cessnock races.. The horsebox train and passenger train were well patronised, and the local ' RlYHYfJ tmmhtntvi In ma. Ira f.ha affan. dance large. The larger- section of the crowd patronised the leger, still -' the paddock attendance was very «atUfactpry. The racing 'wtts qt a very ^satisfactory nature; and the finish in 'the Fying Handicap be tween, the three placed hdrses was one of the best ever witnessed on a racecourse. The books got the worst of the betting transactions, all the winners being well supported. The beer strike caused the crowd to -trans- fer their attention to cordials, and the supply ran out several times. The club showed a good profit on the day, but of course would have done much better had the weather...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
CORRESPONDENCE. THE BEER IMPOSITION. [To the Editor] [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

[?] , : !TBt3S; BEEfe ^iMPOSITiONlf % '--? '''?? y ?fTb4h%.%aa&]^ '??'.???- Sir, — Much has been said for and against the raise in the price of beer, and I have heacd the strikers con demned for raising against the publi cans who, it was pointed out, are good citizens and have done much For So-and-S6. lam pleased to 'saw I am a striker, but r regret that such a sordid view is taken. In the {ace of kiiowledgablo facts 1 believo the publican is a6 much impo-od 'upon .by the brewer by bearing the whole of the tax as the public are by having it passed on to them. At the same time I, as a unit, object to being a good fellow because of tho.publican, aud determine to drink no boor at the increased rate. This strike is against the imposition of the rise to 4d. a pint ; against those responsible for the rise, be it the publican or the brewer, or both. I am prepared to believe the publican's position is an unenviable one; the price of beer is risen on him, and the lav? and the brewer ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

I The Best Pictures wE only are shown at the — ? I CINEMA. -*i R* Saturday JT A QUEEN'S LOVE I a/so a Laughable Keystone. | Only the best pictures secured. I . ' |U|ITER ; I I I Sid Monks & Go's. | GREAT SALE. I ? I I » See Bargains for the last r 7 Days. I — _ ? : ? I Great Summer Sale I. . ~*^=±~. K: ' goods'1-'' ?'? ? ' ; BfM- Going at Half Trice and Quarter 'Price Bp' Come and Imped our Window Display; the Bargains will w&\ Surprise you I ?p,, .-.,,.. . ' . ' '? .'?' ' . - ... Bp|v; Ordinary Sale Reductions will be feeble in comparison with ourc. ? ?Pr -~ Such Goods at these prices cannot possibly last long. J; Mfc '? __ — ._ ? , ? __ ? : ? _ ? -_ m- - ? ? . ?---- :?; ? ? ??? ?| Consult our Sale Catalogue—it is full; of money Saving If!, Suggestions. BrH ? ' ? '.? ? ..:.'.-?.?..'. K^C Write for a cojiy posted free on aceounfc. Kt : The Popular Bargain House. Ill ? - *-*^^S* ? '//—??? ; I B.S.KEMPE&GoLtd ?P r ?-???'?A General Merchants, ?';. ?P ??'.??..? ....

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

RHEUMATISM CONQUERED | . . A Perfect Uric ftcid# Solvent Found. ';'«$ £? ,v ' ?-%- ? -'.? ....... ? s ?Contains a combination |oi Uiio Acid .Solvent, the latest Medical Scientific Discovery. We guarantee that HERBOS PILLS will cure Blunnn'afcisni, Sciatica, Lumbago, ami alt oilier Uiic Acid Troubles. All Stores and Chemists throughout the District sell HERBOS PILLS at 1s. per bottle. Sole Proprietoh :' J. E. HOWLAND, Manufacturing Chemist ? Sydney and Newcastle, i i CESSNOCK_ HOTEL. Under Entirely New Management, The proprietor of llic Cessnock I tolel desires to inliinate that p.-Urons may rely anon evciy iilluiiioii. TIik Cuisincj allcmlancc aiwi appointmenls are of ihtf Ijcm, likewise l!;e liraml-, of Aks, Wines, anrl Spirits. , i . lMrcni-careand*u|)crvision'orin.iiwgcinenlisllic\valc!i\voixl, ami the 'enersl conoYc. of tiie liotcl will he fuunfl right up-txiate in every department. James Attwater, Proprietor, Cessnock llulfi, Cctsnwl:. To Avoid Disappointment j&3*\ n- S...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Demise. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

i '^ ??'?'' ? ' - '''' A^j^iyi^^S^$-:;1sitii»n'.'ia tfee H^iij^ atrthelatoUy'a raBidence, Main: 'ritiVWt;: o*i ? '^e^ieB|ayi' : '? it3!eceasipdi; ?vi io |iad heon ajling for a number of ; \eirs, came id. vCfiSBUpck about three years ago, and leftyes ' a widow.itwo daughters and 'five sons to mourn their lossr ' '^he jdeceasiei| gentleman took ^place in 'ihe^hurjeh «f England HHHHHI

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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More Police Wanted. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

More Police Wanted. « i » It is strange how little attentiou the .Government departments bestow upon the-Tapidly growing and pros perous Cessnock district. It would appear as though, the persons in authority fair to recognise the extent of that growth, and go on cater. ng for Cessnock as though it was a small town, while towns which are much smaller and less entitled to re cognition rget the plums. Take, for instance, our inadequate police pro tection. Districts with less- than half the population of Cessnock, and towns whiebjiave been practically stagnant for years and with no im mediate prospects of any material in crease in population, often boast of about double the police protection that we have. The Government re cently recognised that Aberdare was entitied'to a police officer, but funds stood in the way of the appointment of an officer. There would be more common sense displayed by reducing the'policB'titatf'iuiihB^tegDaiit towns Tahjiv'piaeing ^them where increased populatio...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Adventures of Allofa Twist. [As Related by Himself]. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

; 7 Adventures of Atlofa IViljste: IAb Belated bv Hiinsclfl . Ab, fliSttpbJly Ixeiaettihor, it Was one ^ ^/^ppllcoaiDeoembB^- -? ^-Twfts tMltfonth of EtBO't t'ons . . . thatvje'd broken oft before ; And in truth I had been thinking it - was €hne_I gave up drinking,; ± Drinking that I had indulged in fof V score of years ... or more, When I had consumed. a cargo, or Ofthobeer ido»d6l'ei? bftel)timeB before I'd boasted that J would bo hanged or, roasted — ? Boasted by like heat experienced in summer gone before : 'Suffer every revolution ere I'd break the resolution Made that never once again I'd enter ' bar, or hotel door, Or a soft-drink shop where wine or beer were kept in secret store In a keg behind the door ! ??% Then upon a midnight weary, while my eyes were dim and bleary — JMeavy from the irksome . work of twenty hours on end or more ! It was suiutce ; and in wonder at the heat I longed for thunder, -..^ Thunder tliat would shake the biiild- - 1 ,. .iug^m^he^areefctpfeeAdor, ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

J, Johnson, Engineer , VINCENT-STREET, 0E6&N00kv Gunsmith and Locksmith. Sewing Machines Repaired, f -^ ~. Oyoles Built ep& -Repair^, Ajl- Tvoxk fuaiianteflil fw .«ne;jye«r.: ? ' .' FOR «ALt- ? ?'? ????? '' -?? GRATEiS, Mines' Ovens, and Second hand Stoves of all makes. / . INSPECTION INVITED. ~ W. J. Lane, v Monumental Works, Cessnock. Save Money on Fuf^iijure by .buying et New and Second-Hand Store. ? 'Op- Lil»^^'-TJulWi*SSv ''_ . ; All Household Retirements ;at Mohiy Sft«ing.-' Prices. Ffltnitiire -'KepuM'.';^ Renovated. .Eiiuu^^Gh*^; ^C^Kfit^ ,-??. AUCMOlffEEltS' yOiTICB I Clearing-out Sale at BARRABA, NEAR ELLALONG. SNAPE BROS, have received in structions from H. C. McDONALD, Esq., to sell by Auction at Barraba. oii SATURDAY, Feb. 6, 1915, at 11 o'clock a.m. — 2 double beds, 3 single beds, 4 chest drawerst one doz. chairs, also cane chairs, 1 sofa, 4 tables, 4 looking , glasses, 1 piano and music, 1 piano player and quantity music, 1 piano stool, 1 drawing room ...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Pages from our Past CESSNOCK COURT HOUSE, Etc. PAPER No. 4. Copyright: All rights reserved by the author. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

Pages From our Past I CESSNOCK COURT HOUSE, Etc. I PAPER No. 4. t Copyright: All rights reserved by the ; author. By Jas. R. Scott, J.P., Member of (.he Australian Historical Society and of the Maitland District Scientific and Historical Research Society. : TENVERS are fnofW/or tht Parchatt of If* c'd I COURT HOUSE, Ccumck. Paf.kulan en explication «o _. Foremen 'Carton, 31.12-14. CturtHouit, Comtek. That simple ' paid-for' par. in the local Press sounded the death-knell of a prominent land mark in the his tory of the older township of Cess uock. It. is meet, therefore, that we pause for a moment to consider the * Past. Simultaneously we might con sider the Present, and conjure up a vision of What-may-be in days that are Yet-to-come. ^ It must :not be understood, ho w- ?ever, that the 'Old Court House' which has just been demolished was the first structure ofitskindhere. Bet before refe ring to fie erection of tl.i original buildings, one must consider the motives actuating those in...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Current Notes Patriotic. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

Current Notes Patriotic. Mil A. Ii. Weatcqtt's fifth monthly instahnent of one guinea is an nounced. . Damage to Crops. Tuesday's furious heat did consid erable damage to the crops in many parts of our district. In many in stances grapes, young corn, and to matoes suffered severely. - Collision. A collisou occurred on Wednesday afternoon between a motor car and a motor bicycle. The car was coming up the corner from Winkleman's Hotel and the motor bike along Vin cent. Street when the collision oc curred. Although the bjke ,was travelling at a smart pace no ope was injured, although' the bike sus tained minor damage, while the ear's ssejiing rod was tent. Exhausted Bullock. A bullock, while yolked with a team drawing a load through Vincent S'rjet las'; Thuisday was overcome by the heat and fell to the ground in an exhausted condition. A stream of water from a hose was played upon the animal immediately and was not long before it revived. The bullock was one of Mr. J. Fogg's team. Frie...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
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Cessnock Chamber of Commerce. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

Cessnock Chamber of Commerce. The U6ual foitnightl? meeting of the Cess nook Chamber ofOommeiee was held in Attwater's Hotel, on Thursday night. Mr. A. Biggers presided over a large attendance. Correspondence was read from the Shire Council Clerk stating (1) that the council had no power to grant the request for a municipality ; (2) that in regard to the request to water Vincent and Main streets at a penny rate, he was preparing an estimate of the revenue ; . (3) Regaiding the clean ing of gutters once ' a month, the Chamber was referred to Sec. 164 of the Local Government Act: (4) that when a scheme of tree planting ib submitted the council will consider it ; and that the other matters had been attended to. — Regarding the first matter the secretary -was in structed to notify- the council that that did not ask them to grant a municipality, but to co-operate. The second matter was received, and in the case of tree plantings subcom mittee was selected to draw, up a scheme. From Publi...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Burgalry. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

Jtoi-gd*^: tiast Tuesday it was ^reported to the police that a Jjurgalry-- had been committed ?: at Ihe shop of' if esapai JFirth an.d. Sfajlery, cycle agents, ft appears that Mr. StoUery ;a*«d family, who live on the premises, jvent to the pictures on Monday night ieaviwfi the window of «he wax-, The following morning Miss^Jffln' bad oooasiion to. go to the t||n^|p shop whjn the dlsobvery wli|5m|fle that its recent contents, £2 10s in notes, had aisappeared. Investiga tion showed that the till haS- been foroad, ancl it is presume! that the entry was effected per medium of the open window. If the surmise is not correct 'iStoUr' would be pleased to khpw -hoxfiji Was Hone, and promises tojbe atlioniejto entertain the yisitor

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Grapes. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

'..' V^^'fiiaipB^^-Cv^^- . A sample bunch ?pf grapes was ob tained _frbm:^|^-a^^'*Mi^idi;i

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Maitland Races. TO-MORROW. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

Maitland Races. TO-MORROW. 'i ? ? ,:| The Maitland races are down for J decision to-morrow and aie sure to 1 attract a large attendance. Local '| racegoers will arrive jn ample time if fpr-thesport by leaving in the 12-15 m tiSsiSfi; ^'fluluiog''- %ptio1paW us 1 MlowSJ^-r ? ? ? ': ; ''? '?''?? '??'' '? ' - ''I ^?/?;:-''.-Elying Handicap. - | 'Aircraft ... . ... 1 | Lord Muse .... 2- 1 Kneelah ??? - 3 r! Welter Handicap, J ? Bally Seedy ,./- 1 I D.J.O. ... . .. 2 1 '., Boua^d:^. ?-,,-.. 3_ M '?.-????? . /Maitland H^iiiiicsijp . ? m ?^i/'JDeloriuin-J/'-wv'i^.:,;/;.;.;^ I . m , - Miss. Legation: - ,.;? ; 2 ?% \^fW-^£&-#'i&*$ ?^'-:.' '1 =t; ^V^/J^^ovjce^flapflisaji^fv , ?. / M ?'.- Monte -Gollare ^-^..v??' 1 . '? M ? : ;-- -Miibs'iVanaia-' '??': V' -4^ .2 ??- ?:? . ? --I ? r '-:' \SiiJtiie.rfpid . Httn^icaii, ; ; ,i v\:..*pr^fagftv: . -.,'. ;?? ;,;.-?.'? ;;r;f ; ' .???? |

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
Source: Trove [National Library of Australia]
Country/State of Publication: NSW, Australia
Hospital Ballot. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

^^?-^^piw;«aliot - ^ The ballot tor the contested oflices in connection with the hospital was counted yesterday, and resulted as foUows:-^ ^ 'President— M. Baillia 432, Chas. Etf 33i^rs 5t9i; mfottrial 181. ComnjjtM— T- Turner 614, C. 595; ^BiownS38, A. Biggers 521, ?^s^auB?^ ^ HvGreen j478i E. ^®t«iord 458, W: Bennex' -451, R. ?-3VinniDg 443, W. Baillie 437, (elected)r R. B. Laing 434, T.VLloya 4&fcm Dawes 397* T. Jeffries ? 888, ifeBlftne ^§8, ^Fi H»vtlpt| 3,4Q, -3, ^4U^an 3a8^.s3^rfull 310, J, ^n^y 2$7vJi Mcyan.204. /Infonwjl VP,tej's,v ^hp reason the inlarmal vote was sarlarge in Me oasfc; of the presidency was fyepayge. ft large puia-.. bjppf votire ii-§lect*d to rwpffl their ^votea,; ... ??% --?' ' ''' ? ''?? ??'?.??? 'The new spjarnittee includes many hew itkOBs,-, ., ? '..'. .; .- ?' ??.'- ? :'.?--'-?-'' .;-- :- Messra Spape Bros., auctioneers,. p^^^^tai»n'8»sideniBe-C!on- i&lilr'i^^ai^aay:, «t;';i2-: o'cjcwki.

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Beer Strike Meeting. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 29 January 1915

Beer Strike Meeting. A meeting arising out of the beer strike was held last night and the attendance. was large. The names of several persons, who had been drinking at hotels during the strike period were submitted, and it was decided in a couple of instances to give the offenders two days' spell from work, while in other instances offendere were let on with a'raution.' It ^as explained that this method was adopted at Bellbird and had worked successfully. During a dis cussion as to whether half-pints should be demanded for . l^d., an Aberdare man said there was no need to discuss the miesfcion as far as Aberdere was concerned, as there were no half pints drunk there. After discussion- it was decided to wipe this motion off the board and only demand a pint for 3d. As two public houses — one at Cessnock and one at Aberdare — had signified their willingness to supply pints at 3d. it was decided to ad journ the meeting for half an hour so as to give a deputation time to wait on the othe...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Local Requirements [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 February 1915

Local Requirement* V There is no question about Cr. J, Y. Tulloph'e ajiiperjty in his ex* pressed purpose to do bis. best to carry into effect the protnjses 'made on bis electioneering oarapaign. Over © social ;glass at Attw&ter's Hotel last Saturday afternoon, Cr. Tullooh broached. the. matter, and stated ho intended : carrying out bis promises in connection with the creek and street .watering.'. What he said carried conviction with it, and there were none of the gathering who doubted that he would do what he could ifa these and lothei tuattersj

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The Shire President CR. T. JOHNS RE-ELECTED. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 February 1915

The Shire President CR. T. JOHNS RE-ELECTED. A special meeting of councillors of the Shire of Cessnock was held on Saturday afternoon for tbe purpose of electing a president. There was a full council present. Cr. Johns amoved that the presi dent's allowance be £50. In doing so, he regretted he couldn't make-it £100, as the sum be ba^'named'was the. maximum amount allowed by tbe Act, but which amount, he contended, was not sufficent recompense for the loss of time and expense. Cr. Ber cini seconded tbe motion, which was carried. Cr. Bercini nominated Cr. Johns as president, and Cr. Tulloch nomin ated Cn Snape. On a vote being taken Cr. Johns was declared elected by four votes''to 2. Crs. Bercini, Bussell, Morgan, and Johns voting for Cr. Johns, 'and Crs. Tulloch and Snape for Cr. Snape. f^ In returning thanks Cr. Johns expressed appreciation for the honor done him. He thanked them for the assistance rendered him during the year, and doubted whether another council bad done for its ra...

Publication Title: Cessnock Eagle And South Maitland Recorder, The
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Those Lost Plans. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 February 1915

Those Lost Plans. Aberdare people have been moving for some years for the establishment of a School of Arts. A considerable time ago plans were drawn up for tbe building. When everything was fixed up preparatory to building, the plans were forwarded to the author ities, out now cue intimation is co .hanithat the plans JiAvabeent-lost and that new plans will require to be prepared. Aberdare seems to be unfortunate in its dealings fot public requirements. For years Aberdare has been asking for the School of Arts, .for the forming of the roads to Neath and Abermain No. 2, and the clearing of the cemetery. 'Some day Aberdare may wake up and find all these things havn come to pass, and find, too, that the urban area and overhead bridge are no longer dreams but facts.

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The Government Stroke. [Newspaper Article] — The Cessnock Eagle and South Maitland Recorder — 19 February 1915

The GoTerament Stroke. ? An instance of how the Govern ment do things baa been rudely brought under the notice of a Cess nock business man. Mr. Jonas, of Vincent Street, has just about com pleted the erection of a couple shops and the right of way into the yards is blocked by a telegraph post. Mr. Jones applied to the authorities to ' remove this obstruction, and was informed that its removal would cost the applicant £12. Apart from failing to see why he should be asked to bear the expense of the post, the charge is outrageous, as any of the contractors who do this class of work would be glad to undertake the work for £5. It is propable the Government supervision that would cost the extra £7. Mr. Jones has made further representation in the matter and it is to be hoped the authorities will exhibit a fairer spirit.

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